Former England captain Michael Vaughan, who has been one of the crucial profitable chief of his nation, believes Kevin Pietersen should not have played for the nationwide group once more after the 2012 Text-gate controversy the place he was accused of sending messages in opposition to his captain Andrew Strauss to the South African group gamers.
Pietersen was dropped from the England squad for the 2012 Lord’s Test in opposition to South Africa when it was revealed that he despatched messages about Andrew Strauss after which-coach Andy Flower to the rival camp. What then adopted was a public fallout between Strauss and Pietersen.
“It had a huge effect on English cricket for a while and I still think it has a massive effect on a few individuals. I still think there are a few who have come out of this worse,” Vaughan instructed foxsports.com.au.
“I’ve by no means seen 100 per cent clarification that that was the case, but when he did, I personally stated on the time and have stated it since, he shouldn’t have ever played for England once more.
“If an England participant, doesn’t matter who it’s, (is) discovered to be texting the opposing worldwide group tips on how to get one in all your individual gamers out I don’t suppose he should have played for England once more,” Vaughan additional added.